Gunning For Change: Gun Safety in America

Posted by Sonya Landau | March 22, 2016 | Under Blog, Campaign, Community, LCG Blog, Politics, PR, Progressive, What You Can Do

Whatever one’s feelings about the 2nd amendment, individuals’ gun rights should not supersede the health and safety of the American people. I was in middle school when the massacre at Columbine happened. Everyone was devastated and appalled – those kids … Continued

Client News: ERFA’s New Zoning Plan to Stop Supertowers

East River Fifties Alliance Files New Zoning Plan, Promotes Affordable Housing; Manhattan Borough President Brewer, City Council Members Kallos and Garodnick, and State Senator Krueger Co-Sign After months of intense preparation, our clients, the East River Fifties Alliance (ERFA), just … Continued

Truthiness: How Hard Can the Windbags Blow?

Posted by Sonya Landau | December 23, 2015 | Under Blog, Brooklyn, Campaign, Cause Campaign, Communications, Education, Language, Law, LCG Blog, Legal, NYC, Politics, PR, Science, Vocabulary, Words, Writing

Truth, Fact, Interpretation, Misdirection – In An Age of Liars, We Need A Decoder Ring Think about this: we know the difference between truth and lies. Presumably, we form our opinions from the information given to us. Certainly, this ought … Continued

Fear of Ebola or Fear of Telling the Truth?

Posted by Linda Gross | October 28, 2014 | Under LCG Blog

The biggest word in the news right now is Ebola.  Of course, the right wing has taken despicable advantage of this epidemic to try to strike fear into the hearts of Americans by saying, over and over, that the US … Continued

When Will They Learn? How Big Development Projects Get Green Lighted Even Over Community Opposition

Posted by Linda Gross | March 31, 2014 | Under LCG Blog

I was meeting with a client the other day, and we were bemoaning – yet again – another mega development project that did not deliver on promises made to the community. As far as I’m concerned, it’s same stuff, different … Continued

Latest Client News – Week of January 27, 2014

Posted by Linda Gross | January 31, 2014 | Under Latest Client News

In our latest news, NYUFASP joined local officials, community groups and John Leguizamo to discuss the next steps in the NYU expansion. On Friday, January 24th – two weeks after Manhattan State Supreme Court Justice Donna Mills put a halt … Continued